DistributionThe plant is common in Central and Southern Europe, on the Black Sea coast, on the western coast of the Caspian Sea and in Asia Minor. The greatest species diversity of snowdrops in the Caucasus (16 species).
Practical UseCultivated as decorative. Used for planting in large groups, on rabatkah, alpine slides. In floriculture are widely used two types. Snowdrops are unpretentious, easily propagated by seeds and bulbs. Transplanted in 5-6 years. In springtime, they need sufficient moisture. & Nbsp;
Snowdrops, sometimes mistakenly also called prolesku, anemone and a number of other herbs that bloom in early spring. p>